Maya Jama shares sweet snap of gift from rumoured fiancé Ben Simmons

By Emma Flanagan

Back from her Christmas break in America - where she is rumoured to have got engaged to her basketball star boyfriend - Maya Jama has headed straight back to work but not before sharing a sweet snap on her Instagram stories.

Announcing her return to work, and social media, the star showed herslef getting glammed up and ready to hit the ground running in 2022.

However, before she got to work the 27-year-old shared a little snippet into her love life, showing her beau was missing her now they're on other sides of the pond again.

Read more: How long have Maya Jama and Ben Simmons been together as they fuel engagement rumours?

The Bristolian TV presenter posted a picture of a stunning arrangement of white roses with a card that simply read "Love you, miss you already".

Although not signed, the Walk the Line star has been spotted out and about with Australian athlete Ben Simmons over the Christmas break which saw her take a step back from social media.

While neither of the pair have confirmed the engagement Maya was spotted with a huge rock on her finger, as well as a swiftly deleted social media post from a friend appearing to confirm the news.

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Maya, 27, and Ben, 25, were spotted out for a coffee date on Monday, with Maya flashing an enviably large diamond ring on her finger.

Following a couples gym session, Maya showed off the emerald-cut diamond ring, which is reported to have cost upwards of £600,000, as the pair made their way to a coffee shop.

It is believed that the Australian-raised NBA star bought the ring on Jewelers' Row in Philadelphia's Diamond District the day before he popped the question to Maya.

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